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i send: Royal, J. Stewart
i receive: Boldin
Stewart is a back-up behind Jackson, L. Johnson
or should i sell Johnson and hope Stewart starts to see more carries? it's a PPR league, so Stewart's worth more than usual...
i have the pleasure of having both
barber and lynch as my starting rb's
(i traded r.moss in a deal for lynch)
but ne ways im looking now to deal 1 of them to help out the rest of my team. which of the two should i get rid of and what type of return could i get?
i would need to land a QB and WR
can start 2 RB's which are currently occupied by MJD and Reggie Bush. My backups are Chris Johnson, Chris Perry, Pierre Thomas, and Fred Taylor. Brady was my QB and have Cassell....offered Peyton for Bush...do you do it? or counter for MJD instead?
With Santana Moss off to a suprisingly great start for my 8th rd pick, I have been offered Witten straight up for Moss. Shockey was my TE so I do need a TE.
After the trade, my WR corp would be:
Steve Smith (CAR)
I have to start 2 WR and could possibly start another in a FLEX. What do you guys think, should I pull the trigger?
I have 3 RB's 2 which start each week. I have Turner, Portis and Chris Johnson.
Johnson doesn't earn much in the way of points since White gets all the goal line touches
would it be worth dropping Johnson to pick up Slaton or LaRon McClain who are still available on the Waiver wire
i get AP, Romo, and Lee Evans
i give Reggie Bush, Jay Cutler, Chris Chambers, Julius Jones
i have 3 stud WR in Marshall, Fitz and Wayne with DeSean on bench and i have Brian Westbrook as my starting back with Felix Jones on the bench, so is it a good trade for me or no. i'm not sure how much better Cutler will be over Romo but i'm sure AP is an upgrade over Bush
In your opinion would it be worth dropping one of these WR in order to make room to pick up Bobby Engram from the waiver? If so who would you suggest dropping
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